The White House has confirmed reports that President Trump spent much of his Tuesday meeting with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey complaining about losing social media followers.
President Trump, who continues to assert, falsely, that the New York Times apologized to him for its coverage of the 2016 election, is demanding a “far bigger & better apology” over criticism of him by columnist Paul Krugman in Tuesday’s paper.
After special counsel Robert Mueller’s report revealed she had lied about the reaction to James Comey’s firing, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders went on a Friday-morning media blitz attempting to reestablish her credibility. It resulted in her telling more lies.
Exclusive video obtained by Yahoo News shows Notre Dame Cathedral’s world-famous stained-glass windows, which survived the fire, and the Paris sky visible above where the wooden roof was destroyed.
Commentators say a knockdown battle over every open Supreme Court seat is demoralizing for the country and cements the perception of the court as a political body. There have been a number of Supreme Court reform proposals discussed over the years.
President Trump continued to criticize Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., a day after the congresswoman said a video the president posted had led to an increase in death threats against her.
President Trump confirmed Friday that the White House is considering a plan to transport detained immigrants to “sanctuary cities” and releasing them there as a way to punish his political enemies.
Confronted with the novel situation of the special counsel's office going after a member of Barack Obama's administration, President Trump reacted with a tweet complaining about how the New York Times played the story in its Friday editions.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wrote. “Here’s 1 fact: @IlhanMN is a cosponsor of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. She‘s done more for 9/11 families than the GOP who won’t even support healthcare for 1st responders.”
Amid Democratic attempts to obtain his tax returns, President Trump on Wednesday claimed people didn’t care about them, despite multiple polls that show otherwise.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is refusing to resign over a scandal surrounding children’s books she authored despite a unanimous call from the city council for her to step down.
After a series of accusations of inappropriate behavior from multiple women, former Vice President Joe Biden said he will be more mindful of personal space, but he stopped short of offering an apology.
Trump’s 2019 proposal — which consists of backing a lawsuit to overturn Obamacare, but not coming up with a replacement until after the 2020 election — seems unlikely to help rebrand the GOP as “the party of health care.”
Kaiser Permanente paid Catherine Pugh $114,000 for copies of her books from 2015 to 2018. In 2017, the city’s spending board, which Pugh controls, awarded Kaiser a $48 million contract for insurance for city employees, the Baltimore Sun reports.
An idea floated by advisers of Joe Biden to designate Stacey Abrams of Georgia as his running mate before the primaries was dismissed Wednesday by Abrams herself.
Ari Fleischer didn’t say Iraq’s supposed nuclear and biological weapons actually did exist, but blamed faulty U.S. intelligence, and Saddam Hussein’s own propaganda, for misleading the administration.
A Facebook spokesperson told Yahoo News that a system intended to stop bots had temporarily halted Dan Scavino’s ability to post comments, and that the company had apologized and restored his account.
The White House counselor urged Fox News viewers to read the entire 74-page manifesto of the mass shooter who killed at least 50 people in New Zealand, claiming it will show that he was not inspired by President Trump.
President Trump issued the first veto of his presidency, striking down a resolution that would have terminated his national emergency declaration diverting funding to build the wall.
Tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg are primed to use a new rule for qualifying to earn their way onto the presidential debate stage.
A right-wing member of the Australian parliament blamed the murder of 49 people at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Muslim immigration.